• The Department of Motor Vehicles in Colorado is often busy and it's always a good idea to make an appointment. Driving Tests are by appointment only. Simply contact your local DMV office. Please note that not every office offers full services and you should call to find out if the office you choose will be able to assist with the inquiry.

    If you choose not to make an appointment, these tips can also help you avoid long lines:

    • Don't arrive on Mondays and Fridays, as these days are usually the busiest.
    • Don't arrive on the day after public holidays.
    • Don't arrive at the beginning of the month.

    Also many issues, such as drivers license renewals, can be resolved online or through the mail. Take advantage of these services as they are designed to speed up the process.

    Note: This article was accurate when it was published. Please confirm all details directly with the CO DMV. You can visit the Colorado DMV website or call the DMV for more information.

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